The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 27, 1951
Page 5
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BLTTHEVtLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS -Society, NewA Jane Shelton, Society EdiWr 9 Phon« 4461 Bridge Club Meets; Mrs. Thompson Hostess Orchid 'was chosen to predominate In the decorations of the Robert I. Thompson home last night £r the dessert bridge complimem- 9!i members of the CIB Club. All members of the club were present for the evening of playing bridge. Early fall blooms in the selected hue were arranged about the entertaining rooms. The chosen color was further suggested in the wrappings of the gilts presented the bridge game winners. Mrs. W. H. O'Kecfe won hih score, Mrs. Richard T. Mills, second high and Mrs. Ramon Morton, bridge. • + • Mrs. Moore Leads Delphian Discussion at Hotel M rs. Byron Moore 1 eati a rou nd table discussion of the subject "The Meaning of Good Design in the Practical Arts" yesterday at the II a.m. luncheon meeting of the Chickasaw Chapter of the Delphian Society at Hotel Noble. Plans \verc discussed for meetings the .second and fourth Wednesdays of October and November to conclude the outline of study for the chapter. Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt and Mrs. Hays Sullivan were in charge of arrangements for luncheon following the study. A design of snapdragons f d roses set in greenery topped D central table while smaller bou- ets Interspersed with petunias centered each small table. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Fidelias Class of First Baptist Church has business-social meeting at the home of Mrs. O. S. Rolllson, 405 North Broadway. 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meets at *?:30 p.m. Friday Woman's Club Executive Board meets at 2 p.m. preceding general meeting at 2:30. Saturday * Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel 1:30. Square dancing at the Country Club at 9:30. John R. Chalfield Mrs. John R. Chatfield Missionaries Speak at Church Sunday If you've never gotten around to acquiring a\lng mold, you can improvise one-in a hurry by fining a gla-s-s jar with chopped ice, tightening its Hd, nnd setting it in the confer of a bowl or pan. Pour the mix- t\ire you wish molded around the 4f5r and place the entire paraphernalia in the refrigerator. When the mixture is set, remove the jar carefully from the middle. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Chatfield, missionaries under the auspices of the United Christian Missionary Society, will be guests of the First Christian Church of Blytheville this weekend. They recently returned from the Philippines where they completed a three-year term of work. Mr. Chatiield will speak at the morning worship service of the church and Monday evening the church will entertain with a fellowship supper. The church lias recently entered Into a 'Service Link" relationship with Mr. Chatfield. Under this arrangement the local church and the Peach Tree Christian Church of Atlanta, Ga., assumes the responsibility of the support of the missionaries. Mr. and Mrs. Chatlicld plan to sail for Africa In the middle ol October. RUTH MILLETT To Be Good Neighbor, Try Answering These Questions By RUTH MILLETT. NEA staff All of us, at Jea^t once a year, should ask ourselves this question: "What kind o£ neighbors are we? 1 We know how important it is to have good neighbors, hut it is just as important to be good neighbors ourselves. This column is the answer to a request from a working woman who says she is no crank and has never had trouble with a neighbor. But the family next door is so noisj and thoughtless of others that her sleep is broken night after night and it is impossible for her to ever sleep late on her days off from work. As she says: "They are probably so used to their own noise, thej don't realize how disturbing it is to their neighbors." And that is usually the situation when a neighbor is a nuisance; the annoying behavior is so routine it is not recognized for what it is. So it Is well for a family now and then to check up on what kind of neighbors they really are. Ask Yourself These Questions A few questions that should be asked are: Do we let a pet or pet- annoy the neighbors? We shouldn't Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office I'hone 699S Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY = Moke the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters: NO MOSQUITOES , NO BUGS Thursday & Friday I Wa»MCW B BU~RT LANCASTER BICKFORO- . CURTfZ- STftlCOCHRAN THURSDAY & FRIDAY • —Also- Paramount News & Selected Shorts re AIR CONDITIONED Air Conditioned by Refrigeration BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. THURSDAY & FRIDAY—2 HITS Hint MOHHi . Pltiic HNOWUS PHANTOM -fteuituthn expect neighbors to be as fond 01 our pels as we are ourselves, or as willing to excuse their be- lavior. Do we disturb the neighbors by loud and unnecessary racket, such a.s the constant banging of doors .he loud playing of a. radio or phonograph or untimely practice on a piano by a child? Do we yell for the children to come to supper in shrill voices or shout at them in anger? Do we let late parties grow loud and noisy? Do we neglect our yards so they are an ugly blot on a street of well- kept lawns? Do we borrow too frequently? Do we let our children "live" in our neighbors' yards and In their houses? These are questions every family should ask itself if it really wants to BE as well as HAVE good neighbors. PACT FTYI Pvt. Robert L. Baughman has returned to Fort Lewis, Wash., after i 10-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Baughman. Raymond Zachery was returned to his home yesterday from Camp'- bell's Clinic, Memphis where he had been a patient. (or the past Jew weeks. His condition is reported as improved. Mrs. Bill Noble is a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital, Memphis. She is In Room 355. Mrs. C. H. Wallace and Mrs. w. E. Wallace spent yesterday In West Memphis as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wallace and daughter, Myra Jane. Mrs. John P. Hoffman and son, Jacky, left last night for their home in Chicago after a three-week visit here. They came especially to be with Mrs. Hoffman's father. Smith T. Brackin v^ho has been ill at his home, 128 Enst Ash for the past four weeks. Mrs. Hoffman and son returned to be with Mr. Hoffman, who will be graduated tomorrow frcm the Chicago College of Optometry. Mary Kathleen is the name which has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. James R. Purnell of Sikestori for their second child, a daughter, born Sept. 25 In Sikeston. They have a son, Parker Franklin. Mrs. PimielL is the former Miss Ann Warth of Blytheville. Mrs. M. W. Lewis, Mrs. Hattie Maloney, Mrs. A. V. McDaniel and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Baughraan have returned from Hickory Flat. Miss., where they vLsitcd their brother-in- law. J. s. Baughman and other relatives. Mrs. E. Q. Lovell Is reported in a satisfactory condition at Memphis Baptist Hospital where she underwent surgery Monday. She is In Room 235. Seaman Haskell Baughman. who Is stationed at Pensacola. Pla., was the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. R. Baughman. Seaman Bnughtnan came especially to be with his brother, Pvt. Robert L. Baughman who wns on furlough from Fort Lewis, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Forrest and family spent Monday in Memphis with their son, Wilson Forrest and Mrs, Forrest. While there they also attended the Mid-South Fair. Mr. and Mrs.' Richard Prlchard of Sikeston, formerly of Blytheville announce the birth of their third child, a son, Sunday at Blytheville Hospital. He has been named Dennis Ray. They have a son, Richard Aubrey Prichard. Jr., and a daughter, Karen Lee. Mrs. Prichard and infant son are now at the home cf Mr. Prichard's mother, Mrs. D. Boyd. Sturgeon fishing was established in New England in 1628, according to the National Geographic So- cietv. T ec AUTOMATICALLY washes, rinses, damp-dries better, quicker, cleaner, more quietly! Amazing new SHAMPOO ACTION genlly washes every stitch wonderfully clean. Exclusive, patented "Centric" Agitation makes Hie magic difference I With these MATCHLESS FEATURES: SHAMPOOS th* cloth *t. NEW, tofor acfl wathe* dean*r. NEW, exelutiv. rinsing action. EASIER on f cfottot. EXCLUSIVE Sp{ n . A«r« damp-drying. • QUIET, tmooihw FEWER parts. ABCs new •Hie Only Washer ffraf SHAMPOOS COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC WASHER AWOMATK IIVIUNO BGNAL LKJHT GlARira AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Amotlflgty tlmpU rftiJgn end engir*irtng.for qvi«>, trevbla-Frea operation, long E(a, ond f«w«r parH. HALSELL & WHITE Fum MISSED A HOLE IN THE HEAD-Lt. Keith D. Christzberg, Iclt.'ot Mineola, Tex., owes his lite to this flak-linttercd helmet. His crew chief, Dale Kimincl of Lawrcnccville, III., points to another hole in the plane's headrest, picked up by Christzberg's F-84 jet in a strafing run over Communist-held North Korea. Half Moon News Mrs. T. Alexander, who has Ijecn 'illing in Miami, Fla., and other 'ints of interest for the past )nth, has returned home. Junior Ingram and family and rs. Earl Baker and children were Oran, Mo., over the weekend. A group of Assembly of God hutch mcmbtrs attended a mils' Luxor a Monday night. The group as accompanied by the church istor, the Rev. T. H. Harris, and rs. Harris. Joe Thurmond ol Kcmiett ts siting his sister, Mrs. Gurdon oward, and Mrs. Howard. Miss Carolyn Hill of Bernle, Mo., spending a few days here as uest, of her aunt. Mrs. Elgin Dix- n and Mr. Dixon. At The Hospitals .Blytheville Hospital 'ismissed: Mrs. Lonnie Moore, Huffman Mrs. w. S. Mick. City Beth Cassldy, Deering Kayburn IJndsey, Stcele Mrs. R. A. Prichard and baby ikeston W. E. Kennedy. Slecle Leonard Williams, city Helen Jackson, City Walls Hospital ' rtsmtssed: Mrs. D. W. Carpenter and baby, 3ity i Mrs. w. J. Pruilt. City Mrs. Bob Randolph, Keiser Mrs. Johnny Wisdom and babv :ity Mrs. Herbert, Call. Dell Scents Weakened 3y Sun light 1 By ALICIA HART NBA Beauty Kilitor Featured prominently in almost every woman's dream of luxury is a arge, lavish bottle of perfume. Anr! most always, this wish-bottle Ls spotlighted upon the dressing table with the sunlight striking glcnnu Irom its enticing amber depths. This Is a fine idea, provide; you're interested m perfume pri* marlly for boudoir display. Bui if it's the scent ycu're after, it might tje wise to revise your fantasy, or if your dream is already a reality to change your perfume practices. Since sunlight is likely lo cans' unwelcome chemical changes it your fragrance, it's well 'to guan against tills by storing large bot ties of perfume away fu a darl nook, tunneling enough for dnils use into a small bottle to be ke[. handjly ivitliln reach. In this way chances are you'll use up the cur rent supply before any harm Is done. Any small perfume bottle will serve for this purpose, but if dressing table decoration hovers Importantly in your thoughts, there are lumtroui crystal bottles available which will enhance the femininity 1 your bedroom. As for the original large bottle. f it seems a pity to tuck such ma£- itflcence out ol sight, it con always be brought forth when Its con- ents are low or used as a container for toilet water when Its precloys essence Is exhausted. Washable Ink may b* remowd troni your cnrpet with n ilmplt water treatment, sponge the itain- ed area with a damp, absorbent cloth, and then apply a blotter to soak up diluted ink. Continue r«- peating this process until the stain disappears. Permanent Ink, however, should be dealt with by a professional cleaner. LADIES' HOME and yott'H'discover they feel as beautiful as they look America's unchallenged shoe value FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 West Main Phone 2342 picture of you at the cotton ball $-|O.95 You...with a great whirl of skirt... R & K's wonderful dress propped up by its own petlicnat. In an exciting new rayon hengaliiie, heavy enough, almost, to stand by itself, nnd 'flashed wilh multi-gems. Choice colors. FEINBERG'S Send Your Clothes To Us... BLYTHEVIILE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418

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